In search of...personalized free online form
January 8, 2010 1:10 PM   Subscribe

Is there a free solution to using a personalized online form to collect data?

What I have in mind is something like a form in Google Docs or Zoho Creator, that stores the responses in a database, but with the ability to have more control over the design of the front-end form (for example, to make it several columns wide). Is this possible?
posted by mjklin to Computers & Internet (3 answers total) 5 users marked this as a favorite
Would Wufoo meet your needs? If you need a more powerful database back-end, how about DabbleDB?
posted by James Scott-Brown at 4:18 AM on January 9, 2010

SurveyMonkey is great if your number of questions is ten or less and responses is 100 or less.
posted by caddis at 1:25 PM on January 8, 2010 is another online form builder. I would say it is as good as or better than Wufoo or SurveyMonkey, but it seems to get overlooked a lot.

It will store your submissions in a database and optionally can email you each submission as it comes in. It has a good selection of item types (text, email, checkboxes, etc) as well as the ability to position multiple items on a line or split the form into multiple pages.
posted by worpet at 1:34 PM on January 9, 2010

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